8 Replies Latest reply: Feb 12, 2014 8:57 AM by Phil0124
Anarchy23 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

After the iOS 7 update the stock & weather widget have disappeared from my notification center settings. When I open the NC I still have a weather preview , but when I tap on it, nothing happens. And I'm reading that then, a weather-app should open. Does someone else have this problem ? Is it a bug ? Is it a bird ? I did several reboots and it's an iPad  3 ( the so called ' new iPad  ').

  • 1. Re: iOS 7 no weather widget in notification center settings
    pairof9s Level 2 Level 2 (180 points)

    The item to check is the Privacy setting:  Settings > Privacy > Location Services > Weather. Make sure Location Services button is on and the Weather is on. Then reboot your iPhone (at least I did to get it to show).

  • 2. Re: iOS 7 no weather widget in notification center settings
    sk1284 Level 1 Level 1 (10 points)

    I had this same trouble. 

     

    Necessary Settings:

    Location Services on.  Weather Location services on (both in Privacy Settings)

    Today Summary on (in Notification Center Settings)

     

    You need to use the weather application at least once post ios 7 download so it can sync with your location.  Make sure you have it set on your current location and not another city.

     

    If it still doesn't show up, go back into the notification center settings and turn today summary off and then on again.

     

    Your weather should show as written summary under the date and time

  • 3. Re: iOS 7 no weather widget in notification center settings
    MSBGONE Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Thank you sk1284!  I did not use the weather app first, once I did that it did not work, but I restarted the phone and it worked.  I like they are using weather.com now... thanks again!

  • 4. Re: iOS 7 no weather widget in notification center settings
    edhayes Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    OK Here is how to fix the weather problem (and I tried just about every suggestion listed in every forum)

     

     

    Go to the Settings, General - Reset

     

     

    Click on the top reset "Reset all settings".

    This will erase all setting that are messing up the notification panel BUT nothing else

    Everything else will stay the same

    Now turn on all notificalions and location services (in the privacy tab)

     

     

    Now find the weather app in "background App Refresh" in the general tab and make sure "weather is turned on"

     

     

    All in all resetting all setting was the thing that did the most.  Fixed anything that got screwed up.

     

     

    Thats it.

    Worked for me.

  • 5. Re: iOS 7 no weather widget in notification center settings
    Charlene Casey Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    sk1284 wrote:

     

    You need to use the weather application at least once post ios 7 download so it can sync with your location.  Make sure you have it set on your current location and not another city.

     

    This worked for me. I have not used the weather app since I upgraded to ios 7. I opened the app, and now it shows in my notification center. Thanks!

  • 6. Re: iOS 7 no weather widget in notification center settings
    gsexsmith Level 1 Level 1 (10 points)

    OK, "edhayes" solution worked for me, plus I did a reboot just to make sure and everything was back too normal. You just have to go back and enter in your network passwords and wallpapers stuff like that, something I was being lazy about not wanting todo!

  • 7. Re: iOS 7 no weather widget in notification center settings
    PhillipC-in-NC Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I am confused. What Weather app is being used? I saw reference to "stock & weather" app but the iPad does not come with the  Apple Weather or Apple Stock app.

  • 8. Re: iOS 7 no weather widget in notification center settings
    Phil0124 Level 6 Level 6 (10,690 points)

    Correct. There is no Default Weather App in iPad.   However under Settings->Privacy->Location Services  you should be able to find the entry for Weather. Make sure Location Services is turned on for it, and it should display the current weather for your current location( as determined by the iPad location services) in Notification Center.